January 4, 2011

Keeping Up With Grubbins

Costume Quest Grubbins on Ice
Costume Quest’s DLC retains everything from previous save files, making it easy to put a unicorn costume back on while also trying coveted battle stamps with the new costumes Grubbins on Ice offers. The DLC is an extension of Costume Quest so there isn’t anything new introduced in the gameplay – if you haven’t tried Double Fine’s downloadable trick or treat title as of yet, you may want to catch our original review.

The later PlayStation 3 release found me catching up with Grubbins on Ice during the Holiday break, and the DLC actually takes place during the winter as well. Everett and Lucy have been hypothesizing about the monsters they fought on Halloween night, and begin searching for tangible evidence, all of which leads to Lucy getting kidnapped after stumbling upon a receiver in the snow that opens up a portal – of course Everett, Wren and Reynold are left with no choice but to suit up and save her.


December 8, 2010

More Costume Quest – Grubbins on Ice

Costume Quest Grubbins on Ice
An extended dose of Double Fine’s Costume Quest releases for some, with Grubbins on Ice releasing for Xbox LIVE Arcade today at 400 Pts – sorry PSN fans, you have to wait until December 21 when it releases for $4.99.

While PlayStation owners sharpen their knives over that, the 360 crowd can visit the universe of Repugia, complete with new costumes like the ziplining pirate, eyeball, and Yeti, as well as eight new battle stamps and eighteen new creepy treat cards.

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